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>> shiri: 24 hours from now we have rain and wind and timeline when the rain moves into your town. >> sara: searching this morning for a dangerous man that took off during a standoff. his daring escape as police move in. >> gene: boost for minimum wage and fast food restaurants in boston and all over the country. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:00 on this tuesday morning, november 10th, thank you for being with us on the fox25 morning news, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood.
quiet morning before a heavy rain and wind move in tonight. fox 23 storm tracker shiri spear tracking a fall nor'easter. >> shiri: don't you worry because i don't have any snowflakes attached to this one. strictly the rain and wind with be and rain just about reaching long island and has awhile before it reaches here and 46 in boston right now but 36 in beverly, 38 in norwood, 36 in fitchburg down to freezing in nashua, new hampshire and 49 in worcester and 43 in plymouth. so here is how it goes next couple hours by 9:00 a.m. i have boston up to 50 and still a lot of 40s on the map, on and off clouds in northern mass and southern new hampshire but the clouds do get pretty thick here south of boston by lunchtime today and that's around the time that we are going to have to start watching for some showers in southeastern massachusetts. more likely area to turn wet by the evening commute and got the
timeline on when that rain turns heaviest coming up but now julie grauert with live drive time traffic watching pretty long drive times this morning. >> julie: shiri, if you're ready to head out the door, well timed, my friend, you may remember accident at route 9, delays were extensive stretching past 495, now just a little blip right around 495 in hopkinton. so major improvements there. expressway slow from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and here are live drive times 36 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, so we have just about recovered from that accident. 32 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 45 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: developing news this morning police searching for a stabbing suspect that escaped from a standoff situation in >> sara: we have been following the story since it broke at ten clack last night. the man jumped from a third
floor window to get away. fox25 robert goulston is live outside the apartment where he was last seen. >> reporter: sara and gene boston police trying to get the word out this suspect is still on the loose. he stabbed someone they say on friday night during a robbery but what's even more impressive they say he jumped out of a third floor window about 30 feet down. a wanted man is on the run. he was last seen at the arch dale housing village complex in roslindale right off of washington street. police try arresting him last night on warrant involving a nonfatal stabbing during a friday night robbery. as police approached they saw him go into the apartment and shut the down. two women and four children were also inside. tactical team was brought in and as police started to surround the building the suspect jumped out of a rear third floor window and ran off and police evacuated the building to do a thorough search, bus brought in to keep the residents warm. we have been talking to some of
the residents here in this neighborhood and one of them telling us she did not stick around here to go back into her apartment, she left. we will tell you why she made that decision to leave last night. live in roslindale, robert goulston, fox25 news. >> sara: happening today fugitive linked from new courtroom. steven paul was arrested by state police in roxbury. this is video from when paul was charged in the 1997 murder of new hampshire police officer jeremy charon. he was just paroled earlier this year. there's a new warrant for his arrest on gun and violation charges and stole firearm and fox25 will be at paul's corporate appearance this morning. sara: police believe they have found the body of woman missing several weeks. elguay kressbow was found in woods off technology drive in
chelmsford. lowell police were called to help identify it as kressbow and there were no signs of no foul play. >> gene: oxford deadly stretch of road on route 20 getting major safety improvements to prevent future accidents. yesterday the state dot discussed temporary and permanent safety charges. last month woman and infant killed in crash there. the most substantial change widening the road and police will be enforcing the speed limit and state will cut back trees to make visibleility better and trucks will have to stay in the right-hand lean. the improvements have already started on route 20, sky fox over the scene yesterday as road crews began installing those temporary safety measures. you can see the pictures digital speed limit signs are now also in place. >> sara: happening now fast food workers here at home and across the countries are striking. they want higher wages and today
boston. fox25 jessica reyes is live in dorchester where workers have just arrived there. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning, sara yeah, there are about 12 protests going on at fast food restaurants going around boston right now and group of 40 people walking around the mcdonalds you see right here. at the moment they are behind the building but they are part of this protest on fast food workers are pushing for a minimum wage of $15 an hour. take look at video we just shot. [ chanting ] >> everywhere we go people want to know we are the workers. >> jessica: and we shot this just about 20 minutes ago at mcdonalds at workers protest aior up from the presidential election on this thursday next year when people will hit the polls to volt for president. fast food workers planning a
walkout but not just fast food workers involved in today's demonstration. later today a rally will be held at faneuil hall and workers from several industries from retail to construction to transportation are planning to be there. from there they are planning to march on to the statehouse. massachusetts as we know has led the way over the past year and a half in passing legislation for workers' rights including increase to the minimum wage to $9 an hour. that went into effect past january. now, taking a live look now out here at mcdonalds here at gallivan boulevard in dorchester, again, there's a group of about 40 people who are here right now. of course, there are several arguments we have been hearing from people against raising minimum wage and we will be hearing from those coming up at 8:00 and hear from people striking here this morning. again, coming up right at 8:00. live at dorchester, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: this morning open space of land in local stin
medical marijuana at hopping brooke industrial park. local stin board must approve and there are mixed feels. >> my father had cancer and he was prescribed that and it helped with a lot of pain. >> wouldn't want it next to my house but wouldn't want a barn next to my house. >> gene: individual marijuana growers will have to go through a separate permitting process. gene: this morning recreational marijuana are question to legalize it on the massachusetts ballot. under proposal people 21 and over would be able to possess and grow small amounts of the drug. supporters say they have collected far more signatures than they need to move the question forward. this is one of two proposed ballot questions to legalize marijuana in massachusetts. >> sara: new talk this morning about a wind farm off of martha's vineyard. a major european energy firm
largest wind farm there. bay state wind project 15 miles south of the vineyard with 100 giant wind turbines and energy company hopes the wind farm location further out to see would be less up truesive to the homeowners. sara: restaurants in boston will soon be getting graded. boston herald reporting that new grading system will resemble what new york has been using for years. every year restaurants will be given a city issued letter grade a being the best, c the worst. grade rates establishment's food safety practices and to the first year the grades will be posted only online. after that they will be placed in storefront windows. sara: city also testing a new way for drivers to appeal parking tickets. the globe says supervisors at boston's parking office are using skype to conduct online hearings. the video appeals are only for drivers who live out of state and have vehicles registered outside of massachusetts.
online appeals and all have been successful. >> gene: 7:09 this morning. bucks. two and three on young season following friday night's win over washington and patriots will be without one of the top offensive weapons for the season team placed deon lewis on injured reserve. he suffered a torn acl on sunday's win over the redskins. on twitter lewis said he will do everything in his power to come back from the jury. this season the running back scored four touchdowns. >> gene: 34-year-old wide receiver wes welker signed with st. louis rams. welker suffered several concussions during 11ior career and includes three over the last two seasons as member of the denver broncos and became free agent in march and no team willing to sign him until now. >> gene: check out embarrassing error.
nationals but what's wrong with picture? that's picture of fenway. the company that printed it will be recalled and new set will be made. now, 7:10 this morning. a horrific crash that backed up traffic for hours right before lunch. this morning loved ones are devastated after road rage kills a father of three. >> man took away my world. >> gene: why police say the driver that caused the crash should never have been on the road. >> daniel: president and chancellor of major university stepped down amid racial tensions and ultimatum by the football team that pushed the issue over the edge. >> julie: 18 minute drive time from the weston tolls into boston. shiri? >> shiri: you might want to grab the sunglasses, early on 38 , 43 at 8:00 a.m. by 9:00 a.m. 47
when >> gene: big win for student protesters at university of missouri after days of demonstrations two top leaders at the school have stepped down. what's happening next. >> daniel: dozens of football players at university of missouri will return to the practice field after an intense protest on campus. yesterday the president of the
university system stepped down. students there complained that about racial incidents and staged a protest and hunger strike. the president takes full responsibility for the frustration but students on campus they are torn. >> someone stepping down that had nothing to do with any of the -- he wasn't personally going out telling kids, calling them n words and whatnot, he wasn't out there doing the racial crimes. >> it is not about tim wolfe resigning but getting equal rights with different things on campus. >> daniel: school's chance lar will step down at the end of the school year. mizzou isn't only school. yale university and ithaca college have protested and explain more about that coming up at 8:00. in the newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: fraternity at university of virginia filed 25 million-dollar against
rolling stone. 2014 magazine published a article about gang rape atfy kappa psi house during a party. investigations by university and police found in gang rape ever happened and suit claimed students suffered to reputation because of that article. >> sara: two louisiana police officer are facing murder charges in the death of autistic six-year-old boy. the little boy was in the back seat of father's suv when police began pursuing them. official say the suv sped off and chasenned on dead end street the officers fired 18 rounds into the car and that little boy was hit and he was killed. investigators looked at video from the officer's body cameras and have not released but they do say what they saw on it was reason they charged the officers with murder. sara: washington d.c. two women are wanted by police for their bad dance moves.
check out this video. man picture here is talking on his phone inside a convenience store when the two women start twerking on him and even grope him. the women face third degree sexual abuse charges that carry a hefty punishment of $100,000 fine and up to ten years in prison. wow. joel, our director almost started twerking over here in the traffic department. it must be a thing. let's get to the traffic. thing slow on the expressway furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and 95 through canton as you approach 128. shifting north of town seeing pretty typical delays on 93 south as you head from woburn through medford and into somerville. live look at route 1 in saugus where heavy volume and that's going to stay that way for the next hour, hour and a half. here are live drive times, 32 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, about an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 55 minutes on 128 south from
route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear asking you would you rather do rain boots or snowboots in november? and shiri, the twitter responses are split. people say half in half. what would you choose? >> shiri: let's go with rain boots in november and starting next month we will bust out the snowboots and i think i'm on track with that. i like what you're thinking and increasing cloud this morning but good news you can wear whatever footwear you want because it is going to stay dry in boston through the first half of the day and much of the afternoon, half inch to inch and a half of rain between tonight and the middle of the day here tomorrow and we are also going to see gusts build all the way up to about 50 miles per hour at the coastline here so we do have both wind and wet weather. 1-2 punch because we have one storm system moving from the mid-atlantic coast and another midwest. two together got ourself a nor'easter. right now as i mentioned starting the day dry, we have currently 46 in boston, one of the warmer locations if you're
going into the city mostly cloudy skies but you have a couple slices of blue sky out there. clouds are only going to get thicker ask counting on mostly cloudy conditions through the day and after 2:00 this afternoon we are going to have to watch out for just a spot shower, not until five, 7:00 the risk of reason is really going to start climbing here and we have temperatures that will hang out in the middle 50s most of the day in boston, got up to 55 in beverly as well, portsmouth, new hampshire 57 in plymouth and 59 norwood, bedford, lawrence and nashua, new hampshire, 57 in worcester and 57 in chatham and down the further south and east you go the better your chance for seeing some of those showers really by noon time today we have got showers just on the cusp of the cape and islands so let's bring in the chance for lunchtime showers there and you do see that we get showers pretty close into the evening commute as well. but the boston area still looking mostly dry so up to the mass pike slight chance of a shower, it would be in the form of something widely scattered, very spotty but the further south and east you go the better
steady rain for that evening commute. better chance though after 10:00 tonight wide rain move and pockets and rain through the morning commute tomorrow and into lunch team and veterans day middle of the day still looking very wet across eastern massachusetts, eastern new hampshire out west we are going to slowly start to dry out but you can see how long it takes for the showers to really fade away here as we get into wednesday evening. we got winds, reason coming into town tonight and peaking tomorrow morning before fading away tomorrow afternoon by thursday we will get some dry weather to start the day and then more afternoon and evening showers. 58 and partly sunny on friday, more clouds on saturday at 54 and still in the lower 50s for highs on sunday but it is going to be the brighter of the two days with the 7-day forecast in that weekend always in view. back to you guys. >> safety ski area in maine, ski lift failed at sugarloaf last winter stranding hundreds of
the gear box failed and some fell from the lift and $800,000 for the replacement and see it was brought in on large trucks this weekend. officials tweeted that they expected to be assembled in the coming days. >> gene: 7:21, new test doctors are using to diagnose concussions that keeps people out of the loud mri machines. keeping kids safe on the way to school. symbol edition jeb bush: we do not have to be the world's policeman. we have to be the world's leader. who's going to take care of the christians that are being eliminated in the middle east? who's going to take care of israel and support them - our greatest ally in the
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7:24. chipolte getting all clear to open all shops. all the tests came back negative 40 people came down with the illness after eating at the chain and two lawsuits against chipolte over the outbreak and they were ordered to replace all produce and start new protocols for cleaning procedures and stores could open as soon as tomorrow. gene: 5,000 comcast customers told to reset passwords. it wasn't on the network and happened to customers that
it was sold on the internet for just $1,000. >> sara: leading republican candidates will face off in new debate. they will be on same stage in milwaukee. front runners donald trump and ben carson running neck in neck in many surveys and florida senator marco rubio also gaining ground following his performance in debate last month. the remaining republican candidates will also face off in secondary debate on same stage hours before the main event. >> gene: top safety official calling for seat belts on all school buses. ahead of the national highway safety traffic administration says that he hopes to start a nationwide efforts to equip buses with seat belts. six states have laws requiring restraints and national education association says buses are already designed with student safety in mind. >> put the seats close together, pad the seat in front, most accidents happen on buses are front end so when there's an
the seat in front and he is fine. >> in the past federal regulatedders said seat belts on cost. gene: boston one of three cities to have uber safety net and five preselected contacts. uber plans on making the feature nationwide in the coming weeks. >> sara: local woman found murdered and police say the suspect was watching tv when they arrived. coming up admission at meeting that led police to that apartment. >> shiri: got minimal rainfall until 5:00 p.m. and going through the rest of the day and evening commute without the heavy rain and look at inches of rain by tomorrow evening and time out the worst of it when we come back.
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the weather this morning, nor'easter, you're going to take it away, winds and rain and get ready for it all. >> going to be miserable with the timeline. >> shiri: could be talking s word. rain and wind and no snow and all the rain pushing in and going to make for pretty sloppy conditions late today and early tomorrow morning in talk 52 in orlien, 46 in bourne, 43 in marshfield, you guys are nice and mild this morning but certainly cloud neboston we got the same clouds at 46 , dropping into the upper 30s in woburn and natick and framingham, lowell at tickets and pelham, new hampshire at 38 , nashua, new hampshire freezing at 32 and 35 in tyngsborough, 49 in worcester and clearly a little bit less cloud cover further north and west you go and southern new hampshire get a little more sunshine this morning and keeping forecast dry during the morning hours, 56 at
rain at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. rain spreading northward toward boston and walk you through it hour-by-hour and finally get improvements coming up but julie grauert with live drive time traffic. julie, where are the trouble spots? >> julie: trouble spot 495 northbound because of brand-new accident, right before main street in hopkinton. as we shift over to the pike new accident this is eastbound near route 30 in natick and live look through brighton where volume really start to build and slow things down. live drive times and this has been the trouble spot pike all morning up to 52 minutes from 495 to the mass ave and 63 minutes route 1 to the weston tolls. >> sara: local father killed in 495 in mansfield. >> police say car was forced off
michael henrich at state police barracks and victim's family is outraged. >> michael: heartbroken, angry and three kids now have to throw up without without their father and standing here outside the police barracks, stated police barracks in foxborough where investigators man accused of causing the crash michael heinz being held. now, investigators say the 67-year-old heinz was drunk during the possible road rage crash and relatives of the victim 37-year-old jerrod aarony off the exit 12 man 495 north and hit the truck and caused it to rollover and told us about the son saying electrician in the foxborough area but more on the crash itself for a moment investigators say heinz did try
oui offense and news upset his parents even further. >> why was he allowed to get away with it, why was there a second offense, why wasn't whatever handled properly and people are too lax with drunk drivers. >> can't put on the news what i want to say. more like i want to do. >> michael: other person in the truck med-flighted to the hospital. heinz does face a judge this morning and head at 8:00 aarony's fiance has a message about the love of her life lost too soon. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: we continue to follow developing news in roslindale where map hunt underway for a robbery. man jumped out of the window and escaped and people are waking up
robert, still not found this guy. >> robert: man jumped out of rear window, windy 30 feet up on third floor. man last seen at harsh dale housing complex in roslindale right off washington street and police tried arresting him last night during nonfatal stabbing at robbery and shut the door and two women and four children were also inside and police started to surround the building the suspect jumped out of rear third floor window and ran off. >> it doesn't make any sense. >> robert: police evacuated to do a thorough search and bus was brought in to keep the residents warm. >> i left because it wasn't safe i just moved here, makes no sense to me. >> robert: people still shaken
after staying somewhere else. now police have not released suspect's name at this point. we are working with them to try to get the name out and possibly a photo and have more as the name unfolds. robert goulston, fox25 news. >> sara: brockton man facing drunk driving and homicide charges following a deadly crash on route 24. police say man crashed his car early sunday morning near exit 20 in stoughton and his passenger of brockton was thrown from the car and hit by at least five other vehicles. he died at the scene. one other driver involved in a crash was also hurt. sara: state police have ruled out one possible cause of a crash that ended with truck in the charles river. troopers say the tacoata tacoma pickup was not part of recall for acceleration problems and witnesses say the speeding truck crashed through barrier on bridge near museum of science before running into -- plunging
two died and they are looking at other possible causes. >> gene: prosecutors say lynn man charged with killing his ex-girlfriend watching tv in an apartment while woman laid dead on the floor. woman found dead on sunday night fox25 learned that woodbury had been arrested at least seven times in the last three years for allegedly assaulting the victim. police spoke with neighbors who often heard shouting from that apartment. >> they were always fighting. >> she was good to people around here. she wasn't mean, she wasn't a troublemaker. >> gene: wood burrer had been ordered to stay away from victim earlier this year and he is now held without bail. >> sara: tewksbury police say a gas station robbery was staged and the clerk's originally called victims in the case accused of planning it. yesterday morning we showed you surveillance images of the hold-up at mobile station on
now alexander griffin and cory are facing charge. christopher mcbride identified as lowell sun as griffin's cousin and there's a warrant out for his arrest. sara: this morning getting firsthand look moment police officers were dragged by a car in mattapan. take look at the top of the screen. we have highlighted the officer hanging out of the car here. now, this happened sunday night as police were trying to pull over a car on blue hill avenue. both officers are okay after being treated for some bumps and bruises. brian gilbert accused of taking off when officers reached into car to get him out and police say he had several bags of marijuana in his possession. and gilbert ended up crashing into parked cars and now being held on $50,000 bail. >> gene: new hampshire woman who already lost one dog to coyotes says she is scared to walk her other dog. she says packs of coyotes are trailing her in the woods and they are getting bolder.
derby line is here with the latest. >> daniel: new hampshire dog owner noticed three coyotes while walking dog at night and now taking a knife with her on her walks after she witnessed coyote take one of her dogs. coyote sightings are happening in merrimac, new hampshire. the dog owner tells us the coyote came about her yard and snatched her six-year-old palm rainan booboo. >> i screamed as loud as i could to drop it and i started running toward him and he ran up the >> daniel: booboo's owner tells us the family found empty collars, evidence their dog was not it is first victim. earlier these year police say coyotes also attacked and killed chickens in resident's backyard. now, police say pet owners should keep small animals inside at night and report any sightings to animal control. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: throw-month-old puppy abandoned and getting second chance this morning. go fun me account raising money bills.
the pitbull was found saturday night in revere. she has severe injuries including a broken leg, swollen head, jaw injury and it gets worse. >> they are actually going to amputate from here down. the whole leg will be removed. >> gene: we have link on the website on news tap on the myfoxboston.com. >> sara: a police officer standing his ground in the face of great danger. >> stop, stop. >> sara: incredible video. how the officer is doing this morning and why the wild scene was not enough to stop the suspect. plus spending more than $80 million to fix the "t". fox25 investigates how the cash is supposed to keep trains running on time this winter. >> julie: we are checking traffic and weather every ten minutes right now 54 minute
drive time on 93 southbound from andover down to the zakim. shiri? >> shiri: low risk of rain through noon time and chance goes up and 100% chance at 5:00 tomorrow morning. take look at when the rain ar for the girl scout meeting... for the soccer team... for the girl scout meeting... how many meetings are you having?! p at stop&shop, prices have just dropped on thousands more items. my stop&shop. jeb bush: we do not have to be the world's policeman. we have to be the world's leader. who's going to take care of the christians that are being eliminated in the middle east? who's going to take care of israel and support them - our greatest ally in the middle east? the united states has the capability of doing this, and it's in our economic and national security interest that we do it.
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>> 45 minutes an hour. >> neighborhood of $83 million to winterize the rails this year. >> we will do everything we can to be able to run service each day. that's what that's what i heard all last winter. >> company that runs the commuter rail apologized to customers for last year's slow and sometimes suspended service and current manager gerald francis the deputy gm at the time. >> do you think you made any mistakes looking back at that winter going into this winter. >> when you have 110 inches of snow it is traumatic impact on any systems. >> robert: new location motives will hold up much better in the snow and ice. >> some of the equipment that we still have we are able to work on those from made the standpoint.
commuter rail system that serves about 130,000 people a day in greater boston going into this year they have nearly 40 new locomotives with more weather resistant technology bringing the total up to 90. >> gene: tomorrow morning look ahead to winter continues and look at how communities are repairing for the snow and ice with new technology and equipment and how much it is costing. >> sara: new this morning a push to ban panneddeling is declared unconstitutional in another massachusetts city. federal judge says two ordinances passed by worcester city council restrict free speech and one bill blocked panneddeling within 20 feet of bus stops and atm's and other made it illegal to stand on traffic islands and similar in lowell were declared
unconstitutional last month. >> gene: walpole towing company has agreed to revisit the charge. customer called us. his jeep got stuck in the mud. conditions were dangerous and took seven men to get the jeep out. after our story aired informal hearing to talk about possible violations and state says assured collision was asked to provide updated bill by the end of the week. >> sara: investigators hope fingerprints found on tombstones will help them find the vandals that targeted a cemetery. the graves of several veterans were damaged at pleasant hill cemetery were damaged this weekend. family members say they were heartbroken to find the mess yesterday morning. >> they must have something
better to do than this. i don't understand it. i really don't. >> vandals have hit the cemetery before since 2012. more than two dozen headstones have been spray painted. >> julie: 7:46. waiting for accident to clear main street in hopkinton as you can see delays stretching back into the mildford area. shifting over to the pike pretty typical volumes you head from framingham through natick and over to the weston tolls. new accident as well to report this is 128 southbound near middlesex turnpike and lynn fells parkway in saugus and we are used to seeing volume like this at this time of the morning as we approach 8:00. here are live drive times 36 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin bridge and 54 minutes on 93 south up to 55 now from 495 to the leverett connector and an hour and six minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear is forecasting some mid to upper
50s this afternoon but a nor'easter also on your radar. shiri? >> shiri: all of this going down hill late today and heavy rain moving in and wind moving in and coastal flooding will be a distant third concern of mine. i see a little bit of splashover, do not see any kind of widespread flooding at the coastline, spot to watch for likely be sandwich, nantucket around 1011:00 tomorrow morning see keep eye on it yes, but wind and rain going to have much bigger impact on the forecast. 46 trees right now in boston with mostly cloudy skies. hang on to the clouds all day long and clouds will get thick and her third quarter and progress northward, 49 by 9:00 a.m., 54 by 11:00 a.m. and hang out in the upper 50s the rest of the day. we have already got showers that are coming very close to the outer cape and nantucket and see the massive moisture will come off the mid-atlantic coast, going to come out of the midwest and put the two together, we
give ourselves a nor'easter. you know, this is tropical storm kate which is not going to have a direct impact and going out to sea. noon time today i would count on rain across the cape and islands, possibly up to the southcoast and that's it, the clouds like i said continuing to thicken up in boston and by the evening commute here really any time after 2:00 p.m. at risk for getting couple of those widely scattered showers, the steady rain though is going to be still planned over southeastern most massachusetts, then during the overnight hours the rain will expand. especially 10:00 p.m. and beyond and that's when i want everybody in southern new england to be ready for the rain straight into tomorrow morning and heavy rain at this time tomorrow, 55 in boston this afternoon, 59 lawrence and norwood, 60 in framingham, 59 in alemany, upper 50s out in worcester and down to hyannis but as you start
inching toward the cape, the south shore, southcoast, islands, that's where we the healthiest risk of shore and for everybody tomorrow and going to be a cool and blustery day, highs are only going to goat into the upper 40s, lower 50s and definitely going to be warm, pockets heavy rain, winds gusting 50 miles per hour in the coastline straight through about lunchtime. this is the latest future cast though which actually has some of the heavier showers easing up a little bit sooner. our previous still had rain along the coastline into the evening hours. word of warning this, showers from west to east here as we get into tomorrow afternoon and during the evening hours we could still have sprinkles hanging across eastern massachusetts. as for the winds they will be strongest here north shore, south shore, cape and islands, that's where we get winds gusting up to 50 miles per hour coming in from the northeastern, guys, nor'easter, that's where the term comes from but switching to more north
including boston and points furtado inland we will see winds around 30, 40 miles per hour for those gusts on top of the heavy rain here tomorrow morning and early afternoon. more reason thursday night followed by dry friday of 58 . saturday looking mostly cloud and he lower 50s on sunday and brighter day. back to you guys. >> sara: this morning a mississippi city has declared a state of emergency and calling this parking lot collapse a catastrophic failure. we showed you the images and underground water drainage tunnel caved in taking the parking lot with it. 14 cars were sucked into the collapse but fortunately no one was hurt. engineers are coming into fix the site and remove the cars. sara: one of the top stories all weekend long. local police officer who sent a woman flowers instead of giving her a ticket. this continues to be a fan
andrew: the one thing about soccer that i like the most is when i put my uniform on, the age just leaves me. the ages leave all of us. we simply become kids again. i think all of us play for that very reason. the child we once were. the years just glide away, and i'm back to where i was. you are that little andy guy who used to be down in me, and i get to be that person all over again. my name is andrew,
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>> gene: big change for parents and children in youth soccer. soccer federation children are not recommended to use heads to play the ball and limiting practice on heading for players under 14 years old. the decision part of a settlement to deal with a lawsuit about concussions among youth soccer players. gene: maker of new blood test concussions can diagnose as well as high priced scans. scans compared to 152 children and test was 94% accurate and doctors hope to turn the blood test into a portable device which can be used by coaches and trainers.
to diagnose severity of concussions within minutes. >> sara: 62% of women in the women use birth control and number of women using long-term options like iud's and implants have nearly doubled in recent years and doctors say the effects are instantly reversible giving women more of a choice when they can try to have a baby. sara: chuck lee testing a portable wearable kidney. for the first time since being put on dialysis kidney given him 24 hours of freedom and 10-pound belt did the work of kidneys filtering blood and goal to make it small and light enough for patients to go to work, ren errands and travel all on dialysis and allow patients to
>> gene: target has 100-dollar gift card with purchase of apple watch. best buy and apple yet to release the black friday offers which they try to rival each other and target avneponset circled they will be open on thanksgiving at 6:00 p.m. and offer black friday deals all day long on website. gene: travel website hopper flights purchased in november and december are 16% cheaper than last year. tickets for thanksgiving and christmas day 5% lower. drop in oil prices are to thank for cheaper tickets. >> sara: we should hop on plane and get out of here before the nor'easter. sara: harvard one of the most prestigious schools in the controversy and some want to distance in the past and what
they are calling to change in very public way. >> shiri: leaving house from 36 to 46 , couple breaks in the clouds heading home from work later today, 50s with increasing rain showers and give you timeline on heaviest rain and winds coming up. >> gene: freaky fish found in the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million
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>> gene: search continues for stabbing and robbery suspect in roslindale. bold jump manmade away even a swat officers surrounded him. >> sara: protests going on in boston that could make it hard to get quick food on lunch complete news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, thank you for hanging out wednesday on tuesday morning, i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. things are dry now but that is going to change. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear has look at why you need to grab your umbrella before heading out the door this morning. >> shiri: all the moisture closing in on us today, a lot of rain showers to go before we see improvements thankfully starting the day dry and although see a little bit of green near chatham and nantucket, both of those spots coming in dry right now,
reporting dry conditions, temps in the 50s there, 48 hyannis, 50 in boston and 37 in bedford, 33 in nashua, new hampshire. we got more sunshine as you head northward right now and through the rest of the morning hour, 10:00 a.m. comes along and warm into the low 50s, mid-50s by lunchtime, still looking mostly dry but keep close eye on southeastern massachusetts. hot spot for showers today during the afternoon hours but you can see the rain expands once we hit the overnight highs today 54 to 60 , let's get you over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic and check on an accident. >> julie: columbia road up in the live shot very slow going as you hay past freeport street. here are live drive times, 40
minutes on the pike -- on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 51 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 33 minutes on 128 northbound from westwood up to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: swat officers stormed building and all morning we have been following the search for the violent robbery suspect. fox25 robert goulston is where it is still developing. >> robert: man managed to get away, they think it is through a rear window and window on third floor and may have jump 30 feet. police tried arresting him last night on warrant involving a nonfatal stabbing during a
police approached they saw him go tack techel team was brought in and police started to surround the building the suspect jumped out of rear third floor window and ran off bus was brought in to keep the residents >> i left because it was safe. just moved here and makes no sense to me. >> robert: unclear which one this one was involved if in as well as the suspect's name and photo. >> gene: fugitive linked to police officer, kevin paul arrested last night by state police in roxbury. this is video when paul was charged in the 1997 murder of epsen new hampshire police officer jeremy sharon. he was just paroled earlier this year.
there's a new warrant now for his arrest on gun and parole violation charges. he is accused of being involved in burglary ring that has stolen firearms. fox25 will be at paul's court appearance later this morning. >> sara: police believe they have found body of lowell woman. october invent fifth just yesterday a body was found in the woods off technology drive in chelmsford. lowell police were called to help identify it as kress bow and there were no signs of foul play. new at 8:00 the harvard law school seal being called into question this morning. right now it features 3-bushels of wheat on field that is also on the coat of arms for family of isaac oil junior. calling to change that and named the movement royal must fall and they say the school should replace the image which they call a shame for the entire
school. >> gene: this morning drivers traveling route 20 in oxford temporary safety improvements to stretch of road. yesterday the dot to discuss temporary and permanent safety measures what's known as dead man's curve. last month woman and child killed there. adding a guardrail in the median and police enforcing the speed limit and state will cut back trees to make visibility better and trucks will have to stay in the right-hand lane. >> gene: sky fox over the scene yesterday when crews installed the temporary safety measures measures and see in these pictures digital speed limit signs are also now in place. jessica reyes live in dorchester where protesters wrapped up
>> jessica: goal to get the minimum wage. >> everywhere we go. >> everywhere we go. >> jessica: video of picketers in dorchester and spoke with us this morning and tell us mean objective striking today to get minimum wage of $15 an hour, dozen fast food restaurants in boston this morning and others like this protest at nearly -- nearly 300 cities across the controversy. the minimum wage here in massachusetts was raised to $9 an hour this past january but workers we spoke to just a short time ago still not enough to live on. >> i would be able to pay my bills every month. i can do what i have to do as mother to my son. i need to take care of my family.
>> jessica: rally will be this afternoon and they are all going to be part of that and faneuil hall they go over to the statehouse and there are still more than million workers in massachusetts making less than $15 an hour right now, even after the minimum wage raised to $9 an hour and have them for you in detail coming up on the pharmaceutical at 9:00 this morning. for now live in dorchester, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: new at 8:00 somerville police officer went out the way to comfort a woman is getting new honor. viewer shared the story. driver let off the hook for speeding violation after mentioning her mother was dying. later in the day the flowers and sweet note arrived from the officer who pulled her over. today the officer is getting beyond the call of duty award for the gesture. >> gene: this morning open space of land in holliston being considered for controversial new
developers want to open several medical marijuana growing facilities on 200 acres of the hopping brooke industrial park. neighbors have mixed feelings. >> my father passed away of cancer so he was prescribed that and it helped him with a lot of pain. >> wouldn't want it next to my house but what can i say? wouldn't want a bar next to my house for that matter either. >> gene: individual marijuana growers will have to go through a separate permitting process. gene: recreational marijuana are one step closer. 21 and over will be able to possess and grow small amounts of the drug and supporters collected far more signatures than they need to move the question forward. this is one of two proposed ballot questions to legalize marijuana in massachusetts. >> sara: smokers could face
new proposal to crack down on e cigs restraining regulating them like regular tobacco and city owned property and if passed violaters will be fined $100. >> gene: new talk this morning about possible wind farm now off of martha's vineyard. major european energy firm wants to put the country's largest wind farm there. bay state wind, the project sit 15 miles south of the vineyard with 100 giant wind turbines and energy company hopes location father out to sea less intrusive for oceanfront homeowners. gene: dance move this man didn't ask for and how it could land women in jail for ten years. >> gene: protester got what they wanted. head of university of missouri
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>> gene: celebration on the campus at university of missouri and president and chancellor will resign and weeks of protest about racial slurs and messages displayed on campus that were ignored by the administration. daniel miller live in the newsroom some students concerns with the heart of the concerns that remains. >> daniel: return to the practice field after an intense protest on campus. yesterday the president of the university system stepped down and students there complained he was indifferent to complaints about racial incidents and staged a protest and hunger strike. the president says he takes full responsibility for the frustration but students on campus are torn.
>> someone stepping down that had nothing to do with -- he wasn't personally going out and telling kids and calling them n words and wasn't out there doing the racial crimes. >> not about tim wolfe resigning but getting equal rights with different things on campus. >> daniel: along with the president the school chancellor will step down at the end of the school year. mizzou isn't the only school facing tension. yale and ithaca college in new york have protested recent weeks racial incidents on their campuses and yale protest erupted after the university sent an e-mail to students urging them not to wear racially insensitive halloween costume and professor said they were becoming places of sent surand prohibition. ithaca asking for a vote of confidence or no confidence of college president who critics say given an adequate response to several racial incidents on campus.
i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: fraternity at university of virginia followed 25 million-dollar lawsuit against rolling stone. 2013 magazine published a article saying a student was raped and significant discrepancies in the article and university and police found no gang rape ever happened and suit claims the students and fraternity suffered damage to the reputation because of the article. >> sara: new now at 8:00 shots aren't enough to stop a woman in stolen car in oklahoma. >> stop, stop. [ gun fired ] >> sara: this is incredible video from the officer's body camera you can see he opened fire twice on the car that's careening toward him and car was stolen and she didn't give up after the crash. police had to days her and
bruises after that crash. >> gene: according to citydata.com stolen items never recovered and police have new tool to change that. new app reuniting people with stolen property and three police departments that are using it with great success. tonight fox25 john monahan introduces you to the lost and found database and how app work to track down your belongings. that's in special report tonight on the fox25 morning news at 10:00. see furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and slow right now 128 southbound as you head
typical and 93 south problem mat and i can leverett connector backed up right now near the zakim bridge. here are live drive times 32 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel 44 minutes on the expressway exit to the pike and 47 minutes and 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and nor'easter and that's going to be a messy commute tomorrow. >> shiri: messy mooit and some of you messy for the evening commute and not going to be widespread at that time. notice we already got clouds setting up camp in boston, clouds get thick and her thicker as we go through the morning hours and overall heavy rain and through the middle of the day tomorrow and half inch to inch and a half of rain total depending where you are. the gusts that we see at coast will be the strongest and winds will gust as high as 50 miles per hour from the north shore to the south shore to the cape and
islands and watch both wind as well as rain for this one and we got rain streaming up from the south and also got rain coming in from the midwest and two systems combined going to result in nor'easter and reason it gets that name because of the direction from the northeast for good chunk of the storm, 50 in boston a little bit milder there and clouds aren't budging at all and mostly cloudy the rest of the day and after 2:00 p.m. isolated shore in boston and not until we hit the evening hours turning mere widespread and spots to see the rain move in, 57 right now and showers really from noon time beyond. let's actually time out some of the rains be ready if you're getting dressed just now for upper 50s for high temperatures today but here we go, start with dry conditions this morning by noon time today i know a lot of the showers still planted off to the south and say let's go ahead and bring
southcoast into the watch areas for lunchtime showers and then during the afternoon we will see on and off clouds in southeastern massachusetts but a couple blips of rain reaching about the mass pike for the evening commute and that is the isolated shower, widely scattered activity that's possible in the boston area for the evening drive you're going to have to go south and east to run into any kind of steady rain but steady rain around 10:00 p.m. in boston and you can see that it expands and encompasses all of southern new england and time you wake up tomorrow morning we have pockets of heavy reason, a lot of wind coping with at the same time and both of those elements will be peaking tomorrow morning for the commute, straight through about lunchtime and then you will start to see showers falling apart from west to east as we go through the afternoon and do expect the evening commute will still have a couple showers from eastern new hampshire to eastern massachusetts and temperatures tomorrow get stuck right around 50 and you can see the winds are off absolutely going to be strongest from cape ann expecting 50 miles per hour
gusts and dry out then wednesday night and into thursday morning and thursday night more rain, high 52, 58 on friday with partly sunny skies and wake up to the 30s and high 50s if looking for more sunshine lean toward sunday. back to you guys. >> storm tracker weather team for continuing coverage and download for alerts as we get them it is free and available for apple and android users. shiri is back with us in just minutes. >> gene: big threat scared for pets.
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>> sara: volkswagen was caught installing software in millions of cars that allowed them to cheat emissions regulations and offering 500-dollar visa cards to make up for the scandal and company will also offer three years of roadside assistance. car owners that accept the offer will not be able to take legal action against the company. sara: in d.c. two women are wanted by police for their bad dance moves. check out this video. man product here is talking on his phone inside a convenience store when the two women start twerking on him and even grope him. the women face third degree sexual abuse charges that carry a hefty punishment of $100,000 feign and up to ten years in prison. >> gene: celtics in action, tonight against the bucks, two and three in the young season over friday night's win over washington. patriots will be without one of
the top offensive weapons for the rest of the season and team has placed running back deon lewis on injured reserve and he suffered a torn acl in sunday's win over the redskins. on twitter he will do everything in his power to come back from the injury. this season running back scored four touchdowns. >> sara: gas station in tewksbury hit once again by robbers. next family connection that has debits convinced this was an inside job. >> shiri: pretty minimal rainfall and after that heavy rain moves in tonight and when all said and done tomorrow up to a couple inches of showers. i will time out the worst of the wet weather and wind next. >> gene: local electrician is
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we have to watch out for. >> julie: coffee, chocolate, anything you need. >> shiri: we got coming at us every direction and coming up from the south and coming in from the west and we do have pretty long period here where we are going to be tapping into showers in that time heavy rain, especially overnight tonight and now you can see though we got 53 in orleans, 50 in bourne ask and it is just clouds, not showers now, taunton at 44 , norwood 43 and malden 44 and 50 and lowell and haverhill and boxford this morning, clouds just a little bit thinner into southern new hampshire, bedford 35 , nashua, new hampshire at 33, down to 32 in townsend but we jump it up to 43 in leominster and 50 in worcester. so day planner for today counts on mostly cloudy skies through the morning and dry conditions by 3:00 p.m. we will have
islands and southcoast and temps will be close to 60 today but not everywhere actually gets up to 60 and 50 and showers are and expect worst of the winds and wet weather coming up in a couple minutes and mildford and closer into boston and new accident on 128 southbound this is at winter street in waltham and thing slow on 93 south through medford and route 1 in saugus andault of that space between the cars and last time we checked in on live shot and 27 minutes route 1128 to the tobin and 51 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and almost an hour and
20 minutes on 128 south from one in peabody to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: man is dead after what police are calling a case of drunken road rage and traffic in the area to stand still for hours yesterday. fox25 michael henrich is live in foxborough where the suspect is locked up new. good morning. >> michael: good morning. relatives of the man tell fox25 three children will now have to grow up without their father and investigators man that caused the crash michael heinz is being held here at state police barracks in foxborough and we are told he could be taken over to the court out the front door here within the next couple of minutes. so we are standing by for that. mean team investigators say the 67-year-old heinz was drunk during possible road rage crash. relatives of the victim jerrod eroaney headed in the truck when
12 ramp and caused it to rollover. he was an electrician in the foxborough area who was set to marry the love of his life. >> this man took away my world. he was an amazing father, amazing stepfather, amazing son. wonderful wonderful man. he is my best friend and miss him terribly. >> michael: the other person in the truck was med-flighted to the hospital and don't have update on that person's condition and investigators say heinz did try to make a run for it and second oui offense and facing that judge this morning and ahead in the next hour we will share the message that arrone's parents have about the mystery. >> gene: in roslindale they continue to search for a stabbing suspect that slipped away. we have been covering the story since the standoff began yesterday evening. fox25 robert goulston is live in
roslindale. robert, you just got new details from police about who they are looking for. >> robert: we just got off the phone with police. they are pretty confident they will be able to pick him up today and last night a swat team had to be picked up because the suspect ran into an apartment, locked the door and other people inside they had no choice but how he slipped away is baffling. wanted man on the run last seen at harsh dale housing village complex at washington street and tried arresting him last night on warrant involve a nonfatal stabbing in friday night robbery and saw him go into the apartment and shut the door. two women and four children also inside and tack techle team jumped in and jumped out third
>> i have no idea. >> a bus was brought many to keep residents warm. >> i just moved here and makes no sense to me. i moved here because it was safe. >> robert: live look at housing complex. people inside with the suspect told police that suspect got out of that third floor window. you can just see how high it is, 30 feet from the third floor window down to the ground. again, police believe they will be able to feigned him today so they are not putting out his picture quite yet. we are live in rosie, robert goulston, fox25 news. >> sara: deadly crash on route 24. police say the man crashed his car early sunday morning near exit 20 in stoughton. his passenger was thrown from the car and hit by at least five other vehicles. he died at the scene. one other driver involved in the crash was also hurt.
was watching tv while his dead guild laid on the floor. she was found dead on sunday night. fox25 has learned that woodbury had been arrested at least seven times in the last three years for allegedly assaulting the victim. we spoke with neighbors who often heard shouting from the apartment. >> always fighting. >> she was good to people around here, wasn't mean, wasn't a troublemaker. >> gene: woodbury had been ordered to stay away from the victim earlier this year and he is now being held without bail. >> sara: this morning tewksbury police say a gas station robbery was staged and the clerk originally called victim in the case are accused of planning it. two men are facing charge. police say the masked man in the picture is christopher mcbride he is identified by the lowell
there's a warrant out for his arrest. >> gene: take look at top the screen. we have highlighted the officer hanging out of the car. this happened sunday night as police were trying to pull the car over on blue hill avenue. both officers are okay after being treated for some bumps and bruises. brian gilbert is accused of taking off when officers reached into the car to try to get him out and gilbert ended up crashing into parked cars and now being held on $50,000 bail. >> sara: state police have ruled out one possible cause of the crash ended with truck in the charles river. toyota tacoma pickup was not part of recall for acceleration problems. witnesses say the speeding truck crashed through barrier on bridge near museum of science before plunging into the water. brian arcan't and rebecca smith of rhode island both died. investigators are now looking at other possible causes. >> gene: jury selection will continue today in the trial of philip chism.
he is a teenager charged with killing his high school math teacher colleen ritzer two years ago. eight jurors have already been chosen. yesterday 65 jurors were deemed capable of serving and all be brought back in around 9:00 this morning for more questions. gene: it is back to school this morning in boston for dozens of students who got sick during a science experiment. emergency crews rushed to boston arts academy when fumes made 28 students sick. the district tells fox25 it happened when beakers filled with hichloric acid residue were used for an experiment and no ventilation hood where it happened and fire department said that kind of equipment may have prevented the situation from happening. >> sara: two ordinances passed by city council restrict free speech. other made it illegal to stand
on traffic islands. similar regulations in lowell were declared unconstitutional last month. >> gene: walpole towing company behind $48,000 bill has agreed to revisit the charge. fox25 investigates broke the story last month after the customer called us. joel ramer said he was off-roading on private property when jeep got stuck in the mud. the conditions were dangerous and took seven men to get the jeep out. after our story aired state regulators asked the company to attend an informal hearing to talk about possible violations. the state says assured collision updated bill by the end of the week. >> sara: awards keep pouring in for caitlyn jenner. >> gene: >> julie: 53 minutes 495 andover down to the zakim bridge shiri?
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>> sara: a new hampshire woman who already lost one dog to coyotes says she is scared to walk her other dog and trailing into woods and getting bolder and getting latest. >> daniel: woman noticed three coyotes when walking dog at night and now taking knife with her after her walks after witnessed coyote take one of her dogs. coyote sightings are in merrimac, new hampshire and tells fox25 the coyote came into her yard and snatched her six-year-old palm rainan booboo. >> he ran up the street like he was gone.
tells us found empty collars and their dog was not the first victim. earlier this year coyotes also attacked and killed chickens in residents backyard and police say pet owners should keep small animals inside at night and report any sightings to animal control. in the newsroom i'm derby line, fox25 news. >> sara: go fund me account is raising money for diamond lilies medical bills and pitbull found saturday night in revere and has severe injuries including a broken leg, swollen head, jaw injury and it gets worse. >> going to amputate. >> sara: find family once she recovers and there's a link on website and find under the news tab on myfoxboston.com. >> gene: 8:44. president obama's plan to allow
millions of undocumented immigrant to legally stay in the united states. panel of appeals court judges keep executive order from taking effect and white house would defer the deportation of select groups of immigrants including children who came into the country illegally. 26 states sued to block the order. administration can ask for a new hearing before the appeals court or ask the u.s. supreme court to hear the case. gene: dream to raise millions of dollars on the fence of the u.s.-mexico border comes up very short and politicians set up to collect $50 million in private donations but so far raised let's than 300,000 and last night state committee gave most of the money to department for deputies that work near the border. >> sara: man in washington state could help people on dialysis to have more freedom. he is testing out a portable, wearable artofficial kidney for
on dialysis and chuck lee given 24 hours of freedom. it did work of the kidneys filtering blood and goal to make it small and light enough for patients to go to work, run errands and travel while on dialysis. >> we have been retired for 12 years and we get up and go but not so much any more and better than alternative. >> sara: it would allow patient to loosen up diet. he had mac and cheese and cheetos. >> julie: let's look at pike where it is nice and loose through framingham and natick and over route 9 this morning. things slow on 128 southbound through lexington and new
the cloverleaf at atlantic avenue and live look at zakim bridge and ted williams tunnel and 37 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and 50 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and even if you're sitting in traffic this morning you just got to appreciate it because tomorrow morning we will be dealing with a lot of weather issue. >> shiri: heavy rain and wind and 50 and really distant concern here and a little bit of splashover, couple spots like sandwich, nantucket could see some very minor coastal flooding but it is not going to be a major concern and nor widespread concern with this storm system, nor'easter rolling in later today, 50 right now in boston
today, notice clouds are not going to budge, only get thickener boston and reach the middle 50s by lunchtime and hang out there by about 2:00 p.m. we are going to have to start increasing the chance for showers, even isolated shower in and around boston. so this is tropical kate, she is not going to have any kind of direct impact on us, stays far offshore from the east coast of the united states but we got this storm system coming up from the south, this one coming from the midwest, put them together, got ourselves nor'easter and also got a lot of rain that's going to be moving on through. so future cast, i know it is looking naked as far as the rain goes, cape and islands, southcoast and bring in chance for couple showers by lunchtime today and then for the afternoon we will get some on and off showers up to about plymouth and porsche and steadier rain up to boston in team for the evening commute and that's when we have slight risk of shower up to mass pike and potential for a spot
rain forming first in southeastern massachusetts but come 10:00 tonight let's all be ready for 10:00 and blankets the area and early tomorrow morning we have at times heavy rain and at times wind we will have to follow. so this time tomorrow you will not see the clear conditions out there, it is going to be pouring 55 in boston, 58 in framingham, 38 in farve, upper 50s in manchester, new hampshire and hyannis and temperature tomorrow get very stuck and upper 40s to lower 50s and going to be a wet day and not very good weather for veterans day unfortunately so for those folks involved in morning commute this is what you're facing rain and wind and see yellows and oranges denoting the heavier rain that continues straight through about noon time. at noon time things will start to ease up, though we are still looking pretty wet up there, windy as well with potential of
hour for cape ann and cape cod and into the afternoon and evening eventually those showers fade away from west to east as we go wind advisory going to be along the coastline here from 1:00 tomorrow morning to 4:00 p.m. for again those wind gusts as high as 50 miles per hour. elsewhere i see winds g of -- gusting 30 to 40 miles per hour and showers ease up and thursday we start dry and end with some more showers, different system and friday 58 and partly sunny. more clouds on saturday, sunday it is going to be a brighter day and weekend weather starts in the 30s and highs in the lower 50s. back to you guys. >> sara: music star plans remaining weeks as cancer threatens life and outpouring for them this morning on social media.
on the move after all and >> sara: a country music couple joey martin battle with cancer took a turn for the worst and receiving hospice care at home and husband and band mate rory announced news on blog says wife spending final days with her baby daughter. she was diagnosed with cervical cancer last year three months after giving birth. >> sara: a texas man who became the first fan to see the with cancer. wife of daniel fleetwood the 32-year-old had died. last week director jj abrams saw theun cut version of the force
will debut in theaters december december 18th. >> gene: sea world announced it will phase out shows by then of 2016. san diego park faced animal cruelty claims after the 2013 documentary black fish which exposed the problems in the sea park industry. shows involving orcas will be around conservation. >> strong conservation message. >> gene: timothy shea be ready to go -- it should be ready to go by 2017. >> sara: wondering if life is imitating art. >> one, two, three. >> sara: three eyed catfish.
from the gowantis canal in new york and ugliest thing i have ever seen and canal is known to be extremely contaminated and they are not commenting on fishy find. >> gene: bizarre ask creepy. >> sara: i would not want to see that up close. >> gene: 8:56 and a lot more coming your way, new hampshire students getting shout-out from the president how they played a role in his first personal facebook post. >> sara: 40 to 50 and dry skies, showers moving in for the evening commute, 50 to 55, i will time them on you for you hour-by-hour next.